The Moldovan parliament approves a law that formally declares the country's official language as Romanian.
A Russian cruise missile reportedly shot down by a Ukrainian anti-aircraft system crashes in the outskirts of Naslavcea, Moldova. No casualties are reported, though some houses were damaged by the blast, according to the Moldovan government.
Moldova declares a state of emergency in response to the invasion. Hundreds of Ukrainians are crossing the border, according to President Maia Sandu.
Romania donates 21,600 doses of the Oxford–AstraZeneca vaccine to Moldova for use in their vaccination program which will begin next week with frontline health workers.
Moldova asks the U.S. to extradite businessman Vladimir Plahotniuc after accusing him of "involvement in the theft of $1 billion from banks in 2014–2015".
Protests continue in Moldova as thousands of anti-government protesters demonstrate in the capital Chișinău despite concessions given to the protesters last month by the government.
Romania offers neighboring Moldova a $65 million (60 million euros) loan to help stave off economic collapse and keep the former Soviet Republic on a pro-European course, provided the Moldovan government implements major reforms. Government funds were needed to cover more than $1 billion that "disappeared" from three Moldovan banks in November 2014. In the frigid capital Chișinău, 15,000 people from both the pro-European and pro-Russian sides of the political divide, protested on Sunday against the current government and demanded new elections. Prime Minister Pavel Filip, who took office last week, is the country's sixth PM in a year.
An FBI investigation has reportedly found that criminal networks specializing in nuclear smuggling in Eastern Europe, particularly in the nation of Moldova, have shipped radioactive material to 'Middle Eastern extremists', including the Islamic State (which in the recent past has threatened to unleash a nuclear holocaust to 'wipe the West off the face of the Earth').
Moldova's pro-European parties begin consultations on forming a coalition as near-complete results show them gaining 54 seats in the 101-seat parliament.
Russia starts limiting its import of meat from Moldova as a reaction to the European Union Association Agreement signed on 27 June.
The European Union signs pacts with Ukraine, Georgia and Moldova in a move strongly opposed by Russia.